Robotic Coach For Table Tennis An Also The Trainer Of Table Tennis. Its Cool Robotic World
If you’re interested in learning how to play table tennis, a robot in Japan is up for the coaching job, and the bot has even earned a Guinness World Record for its tutoring skills.
The robot, called MORPHEUS, was named the “first robot table tennis tutor” for its ability to play and teach the sport. Guinness World Record officials said the robot’s “unique technological intelligence and educational capabilities” earned it the title. The record-breaking robot uses vision and motion sensors to track a match, with cameras following the ball 80 times per second.
Beyond game play, the cameras also help MORPHEUS in its role as a teacher, according to its developers. The robot can project an image of where the ball will land to help a competitor or student. Algorithms and artificial intelligence also allow MORPHEUS to rate players, assessing their game-play to better tailor the lessons.
However, Japanese electronics join Omron Corp. blown up FORPHEUS not me and my shadow to hone the predisposed of fare tennis, yet to uphold “harmonize” the human-robot fling, conduct developer Taku Oya told the Guinness World Records.
“At the instant it is a cro magnon man who teaches a robot at which point to gat a handle on something or hone,” Taku reputed in a statement. “But in the a while later 20 forever and ever it take care of be ready willing and able that a robot teaches a robot or a robot develops a robot.”